Democracy Now! Monday, April 7, 2003
U.S. Forces Reportedly Enter Saddam Hussein's Palaces After Thousands of Iraqis Are Killed: We Go to Baghdad for a Report From May Ying Welsh
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U.S. ground forces invaded Baghdad again today. US officials say they have entered two palace complexes of President Saddam Hussein.
Israeli Forces Shoot and Seriously Injure U.S. Peace Activist: We Talk with An Eyewitness in Jenin
Just weeks after Rachel Corrie of Olympia was killed by an Israeli bulldozer in the Gaza town of Rafah, Israeli forces nearly killed another U.S. peace activist on Saturday, 24-year-old Brian Avery.
Justice Department Detains Computer Engineer and Bars Attorneys From Discussing the Case: A Former Intel Vice President Creates Website to Highlight the "Disappearance"
His name is Mike Hawash. He is a father. A computer programmer with Intel. A U.S. citizen.
With the Number of Casualties in Baghdad Soaring, Hospitals Are Forced to Stop Counting: The International Red Cross Responds to the Humanitarian Crisis
The International Committee of the Red Cross said yesterday the number of casualties in Baghdad is so high that hospitals have stopped counting.
Roundtable On Iraq: Katrina Vanden Heuvel of the Nation, Alexander Cockburn of Counterpunch, Michael Albert of Z Magazine and Afp Reporter Nayla Razzouk in Baghdad Discuss the Fir
A US F-16 warplane yesterday bombed a Kurdish convoy traveling with US special forces in Northern Iraq, killing at least 18 people.